Metuh, who was released from prison on Thursday, said in Abuja that the PDP has now overcome the initial trauma sparked by its defeat in last year’s elections.
In a veiled reference to the struggle for the leadership of the party by different vested interests, the PDP spokesman said the “variance of voices” was a reflection of the party’s foundation of liberal democracy.
He spoke at a meeting of the party’s Publicity Directorate with some visiting parliamentarians from the United Kingdom, led by Mark Field, member of Parliament and Chairman of International Office of the Conservative Party, and Colin Bloom, Director of Outreach-BCP.
The PDP, according to him, was confronted by serious challenges after losing the elections, culminating in the resignation of its National Chairman, Adamu Mu’azu.
Metuh said every issue would be resolved by the party leadership next week.